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Oct 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
at stake, i hope you'll join me in supporting richard mourdock for u.s. senate. >> in light of mourdock's comments, the romney camp says governor romney disagrees with mr. mourdock and mr. mourdock's comments do not reflect governor romney's views. we disagree on the process for regarding exceptions for rape and incest but still support him. >> this is a man who i want to see in washington to make sure that we cannot just talk about changing things, but actually have the votes to get things changed. >> even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that god intended to happen. >> we've got to get this guy elected in the u.s. senate. >> it is something that god intended to happen. >> with so much at stake, i hope you'll join me in supporting richard mourdock for u.s. senate. >> for the record, mourdock is not an exception to the rule for the romney campaign. romney's running mate, paul ryan, co-sponsored legislation to change the definition of rape in abortion cases. the republican national convention included language in the party platform, identical to m
Oct 10, 2012 5:00pm PDT
states that the romney/ryan ticket will actually fight for the u.s. automobile industry. he made this pitch to michigan voters on monday. >> know this -- we want the strongest auto sector, we want american manufacturing to have a comeback, and the way we do that is we stop sending all of our decisions to washington with a government-driven economy. >> awe, the government-driven economy paul ryan is talking about, well, brought our auto industry back to life. president obama 2009 auto loan saved gm and chrysler along with hundreds of thousands of jobs with the ripple effect throughout the industry. meanwhile, paul ryan needs to do some research of his own, on his running mate. mitt romney has trashed the auto loan more than once. >> were there some institutions that should not have been bailed out? absolutely. should they have used the funds to bail out general motors and chrysler? no. there's no question that if you just write a check, that you're going to see these companies go out of business, ultimately. >> you said, quote, if general motors and chrysler get the bailouts they
Oct 10, 2012 8:00pm PDT
grudgingly. this isn't someone who's passionate about keeping manufacturing jobs in the u.s. or keeping american workers in those plants. and i hope that joe biden remembers to bring this up tomorrow. it is a fundamental issue in states like pennsylvania and ohio, michigan, and wisconsin. >> and john, how aggressive should joe biden, the vice president, get in tomorrow's debate? should he pounce on this auto loan? >> i sure hope he does. because the fact of the matter is, the auto loan issue is one of the core messages that came out of that democratic national convention. if you look at what really connected with people, what they got, it was the idea that this administration went to the mat to save an american industry. that's fdr kind of stuff. and i happen to think, you can't go wrong with it. >> now, mitt romney says that he hadn't had a debate, his partner hasn't had a debate since high school. what are we expecting from paul ryan in tomorrow night's debate? >> mitt romney ought to get to know his campaign partner, his running mate. paul ryan has been in debates, in most of his con
Oct 26, 2012 5:00pm PDT
output to china for the world's largest auto market. u.s. jeep assembly lines will continue to stay in operation, a careful and unbliesed reading of the bloomberg take would have saved unnecessary fantasies and extravagant comments. you know what, folks? i don't think the obama campaign could have written that release. in fact, mitt romney's entire campaign is about unnecessary fantasies and extravagant comments. his lie about chrysler was not only dishonest, it was irresponsible. romney said hundreds of jobs were at stake with no facts whatsoever to support his claim. where does he get his information. what kind of president is this guy going to be? it's like shouting fire in a crowded theater. romney is also a hypocrite. as president obama points out, mitt romney's plan for the auto workers of ohio would have actually sent jobs to china. >> he's hoping you remember that it's likely to create jobs in china because is shifts them overseas instead of here in the united states of america. if mitt romney had been president when the auto industry was on the verge of collapse, we might n
Oct 12, 2012 5:00pm PDT
to close its doors, lay off its u.s. workers and outsource production to china by the end of this year. in protests, workers have set up a camp called bain port just across the street from the plant many devoted their lives to. three protesters were arrested monday for attempting to block trucks removing equipment from the plant to ship them to china. now, the romney camp said the governor has had been no longer responsible for bain decisions but doesn't mean he's not going to be profiting from bain's cost cutting through outsourcing. "the new york times" reports that romney owns about $8 million worth of bain funds that hold 51% of sensata shares. if sensata saves money by closing the freeport plant, that could add money to mr. romney's trust accounts now or after the election. so, folks, what's going on in freeport, illinois, gives us, i believe, a snapshot of what mitt romney's economy will look like. this is the model he created. this is the model that he believes in. this is his america. and this is the model that made him wealthy. good for him, bad for the workers. romney can try
Oct 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
in the u.s. he's not going to make progress on this libya issue. he just qualified himself -- >> we'll see, bob. >> hold on, hold on. i've got to ask michael steele about this. what about the president's response about the very next day in the rose garden, he talked about an act of terror? i mean, are we -- that doesn't qualify? >> no, no, it does qualify, but then the question, this gets into the nuance and the semantics of what the president was referring to when he said that. is he specifically talking about this event in benghazi, or is he talking more broadly -- i read the transcript, and for my interpretation, he was not -- eight paragraphs later -- >> actually, two sentences are right next to each other. he said, acts of terror are unacceptable. the killing of our people in benghazi will be the people who will be brought to justice. why would he -- >> i did read it. >> why -- >> no, you didn't. >> why would he talk about an act of terror and then talk about benghazi -- was it a random thought, he was just sticking at top of the transcript? >> michael steele, go ahead. bob, let him t
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